Cost of living in Belfast (United Kingdom) is 35% cheaper than in Dublin (Ireland)

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These prices were last updated on December 06, 2022. Exchange rate: 1.162 EUR / GBP
For example, to keep the same standard of living that would require €8,400 in Dublin you would need to make just about €5,479 (£4,715) in Belfast.

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